Nicki Crauford
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Nicki Crauford

Electricity Authority / Te Mana Hiko

Chair

  • Extensive industry knowledge and governance experience.
  • Currently chair of GNS Science and director at Kāinga Ora, Watercare Services and CentrePort.
  • Previously held executive roles with Transpower and governance roles with Genesis Energy, Orion NZ and Pioneer Energy, and other roles at Environmental Protection Authority, Wellington Water, Fire and Emergency NZ, and the Institute of Directors.
  • Has a doctorate from the University of Southampton and a BSc (Hons) in chemical engineering from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Career

Watercare Services Limited
Director
Apr 2014 - Present
GNS Science / Te Pū Ao
Chair Board of Directors
Jul 2015 - Present
Homes and Communities / Kāinga Ora
Director
Oct 2019 - Feb 2021
CentrePort
Director
Dec 2019 - Present
Electricity Authority / Te Mana Hiko
Chair Of The Board Of Directors
Nov 2020 - Present

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